point. now, of course, adam smith, one could say the founder of capitalism, good church man that he was, also emphasized the moral aspects and the law abiding aspects of free market capitalism. i think, from what i've read, that what pope francis is saying is businesses and politicians and everybody, we all have to have a conscience as we go about our business in the system. we must have a conscience and we must not forget those but we're less fortunate. that's the way i look at it, matthew. >> yeah, i think that's correct. i think he might push it a bit further, though, and ask us really to think very, very carefully about the values that were supporting economic activity. for example, is greed good, is profit for the sake of profit something that christians can accept? so i think he might intensify the issues a little more strongly. but, of course, he's a pope. he's not an economist.